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online this year. online retailers like dana -- [ laughter ] >> -- are anticipated to boost those sales by 12%. you may have already seen some of those online ads and advertisers clearly can't afford to advertise on tv. >> i have already started mine. >> yeah. >> dana has her shopping done. [ laughter ] >> i only do it that way -- it's great, efficient. and it comes in a package to the door. love it! [ laughter ] >> thank you, julie. >>> guess what. being naked in public might become illegal in san francisco. we'll have to talk to the man sugerman just talked to. the fines and the exceptions. >> find out who will drop 30 degrees tomorrow and find out when this picture might be a rainy picture. there's rain in the forecast. a live look from our chopper. man, is it gorgeous outside. your forecast next. ,,,,,, dan hurd: when i was a child, california was a leader in education funding. erika derry: and the fact that california isn't making it a priority frustrates me. dan hurd: i'm ashamed of that, and i don't want this to continue for my daughter. brenda kealing: prop 38 is going to bring
at the oakland coliseum - and we'rt talking baseball. "untsi untsi untsi untsi un" untsi-untsi- unt >>> i'm dana king. coming up at 6:00, a whole lot of noise at the coliseum, and we're not talking baseball. you know the sound. big fun if that's your scene, but a lot of neighbors did not want to hear at deafening volume this is weekend. why concert organizers admit it was too darned loud. >> and speaking of bay area coliseums, richard nixon threw out the the first pitch, and the beatles threw played there, so what will happen to candlestick? >> see you in 30 minutes. >> i like that. >> the cbs evening news with scott pelley is coming up next. >> the latest news and
a worldwide phenomenon. we have a sneak peek. good evening. i'm ken bastida. >> and i'm dana king. hot, hot, hot. but now that it's after 11:00, the temperatures are slowly coming down. this is a live look at downtown san francisco where it got up to 91 degrees today. right now it's still in the 70's. it's beautiful outside. but it's so hot and try that in oakland, extreme fire danger signs have gone up in the hills. meteorologist paul deanno is in our weather center now. paul? >>> that 91 degrees in san francisco and also oakland, the hottest day of the year. i told you it was coming and told we got it. san francisco, 91. oakland, 91. the hottest day of the year, ranking no. 1 for the calendar year. san jose, you were hotter at 94. that was the second hottest day of your year. concord, at 97, the ninth warmest day of the year. walnut creek, 99. that was bested by santa cruz, 100 degrees at the coast. golden gate park, 84. and a half moon bay, 74. fire danger elevated because of the temperature and also because we're running at 11% of average rainfall since july 1. one more note, 12,000 hom
. >> i'm dana king. they donated time and money to bail out a beloved state park. >> only to learn that the parks department had been sitting on millions in hidden funds the whole time. now those south bay donors want their money back. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez explains no refunds. >> reporter: what refund? the rugged natural beauty of henry coe state park 89,000 acres is a big reason why people donated to save it. now those same well-meaning folks are feeling betrayed by the state they once tried to help. >> the most aggravating thing for me is we work for more than a year to raise enough funds to keep the park open for years and suddenly discovered it's not needed. >> reporter: the retired professor and his wife are just two of the many people who donated their time and their money to keep their beloved henry coe state park from closing due to drastic cuts in the california budget. their coe park preservation fund became a statewide model and a senate
there is a catch. len? >> reporter: dana, backers of this bill have been saying for years that it would make california roads a lot safer because suddenly hundreds of thousands of people, some of whom may already be driving without licenses, would be able to drive legally and get insurance. getting a driver's license is part of the road map to success in california. >> you can't get around here without having a license. >> reporter: and that's the reason behind a bill that governor brown just signed into law. it will allow about 350,000 young illegal immigrants who came across the border as children to obtain a california driver's license for the first time. >> it clarifies a lot of fear in the community. >> reporter: something immigrants rights groups have been fighting for for years. >> it solidifies the fact that you're going to have these students who are not only be able to work but also to get a driver's license. >> reporter: earlier this year, long lines formed in cities across america as young illegal immigrants signed up for the right to work legally under a new obama administration
and professional. dana chandler will have to stand trial for double homicide. >> she has a very complicated role in my life. because she is my mom, and she is my dad's killer. >> hawley's father, mike cisco, and his fiancee, karen harkness, were shot to death in 2002. from day one, h anch inaley and brother knew who did it. >> i know my mom did it. >> i don't want it to be her. >> reporter: her mother had stalked their father and karen for years. showing up unexpectedly at their homes, driving past family gatherings and calling incessantly. >> she would not let me off the phone. >> reporter: for nearly a decade, dana chandler walked free because there was no physical evidence linking her to the murders and she was living eight hours away in denver, colorado. in 2009, "48 hours" with our late colleague, harold dow, was the first to publicly name chandler as a suspect, and the case heated up. >> do you know anything about the death of michael and karen? >> i have no idea what happened to michael and karen. >> haley cisco started secretly recording her mother, hoping that dana would say something t
evening i am alan martin >> kim dana king, a new poll suggests what could be a major shift among californians when it comes to the death penalty. >> voters will have the final say on proposition 34 but a new field poll shows a statistical tie. 45 percent want to keep capital punishment and 42 percent want to ban it. that is within the margin of error. and with 12 percent still undecided. almost 13%. those numbers are surprising because polls have shown strong support for capital punishment. those fighting proposition 34 are finding an unlikely ally. joe vasquez is here with a strange politics of some death row inmates .. >> as bizarre as that seems, an attorney that represents death row inmates tells me it is true, it would rather face a lethal injection then support that new law because they are worried it could take away a chance to prove their innocence. >> t
am dana king and we begin with breaking news @ san fransisco where a wild chase through the western mission just came to a dramatic finish and our cameras were there when it ended. joe vasquez joins us live from the scene near hays and webster. >> take a look at the mess that was left behind by this wild chase, you can see several cars dashed through the streets in the western addition including a cbs 5 live truck. back there you can see the car there were chasing, a mercedes. apparently that this started with the robbery of a woman that was walking through pacific heights and it just took off through the streets, one car after another hit by the car they were chasing. a couple of suspects were taken into custody, not too long ago. listen to how one witness described this. >> the mercedes came down hays streets and it was stepping through to intersections and got right here and slammed into the side of the van v
cbs news all-around world, good night. >> good evening i am dana king @ >> i am alan martin. we have a developing story in navato where a child is in critical condition after being hit by a car. it happened near the intersection of navato boulevard and sandy creek way near san grant high-school. mike sugerman is there, what can you tell us? >> we don't have a lot of information but what we can tell you is that this is every parent's nightmare, and for a driver, a nightmare as well. the scene still has a bicycle in the middle of the road and that white s u v, the 11 year-old girl, as you mentioned, is in critical condition, she had just moved into the neighborhood a few weeks ago, riding her bicycle home from the middle school, and hit by that white suburban on the street there. and from what we can see, she was thrown at least 10 ft., originally taken to the navato community high-school but they really cannot do what she needed, she was airlifted to a trauma unit in another
evening i am alan martin >> i am dana king, back when it all started, the top-selling passenger car in the united states was a ford taurus. tonight it has been two decades of frustration, expletives, could pounding and chest thumping because the bicycle ride people love to hate and they're gearing up for their 20th birthday party. joe vasquez is here with a big frustrating, or fun, depending on your point of view, birthday bash, for critical mass. >> a couple thousand people have gathered already, perhaps more than that, you can see the crowd at justin herman plaza and as i walk right at people from different countries, a man from italy, one from brazil, a couple from canada, the costumes are interesting, very colorful, if they're wearing them, there are at least five naked men in the crowd. and the atmosphere is very festive as they're celebrating two decades of taking over the streets of san francisco. >> on the last friday of the month, for 20 years, they have mounted their bicycles and claude san fransisco traffic.
'm dana king. >> i'm allen martin his law office torched. a bay area mayor has a message for the arsonist. i will not be intimidated. reporter joe vazquez is here with more pointed words from the mayor. >> reporter: take a look behind me. you can see some of the damage on the law office of the mayor of vallejo. now cbs 5 has learned there's another fire in the 700 block, just three blocks away. the new fire at a storage facility behind the village cocktail lounge was called in just after 6:00 this morning. investigators say it appears the arsonist successfully torched the shed, destroying all of its contents. this appears to be another arsonist attempt. but that attempt failed. three blocks away from the fire, it ripped through the law offices of the mayor. police say
'm dana king. here's what we're working on for the 6:00 news. they donated time and money to help save state parks but now those volunteers are demanding their money back since the scandal came to light. tonight, why the state says, no can do. >> and sports to ships to festivals and fairs. san francisco's going to be packed this week. now, the city is bracing for the influx. all that and more at 6:00. >> leave the car at home. >> don't even think about driving. >> thank you. see you in 30 minutes. "cbs evening news" with scott pelley is coming up next. >> the latest news is always on our website, cbssf.com. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com
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